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Ear, nose and throat 

Ear, nose and throat
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Ear, nose and throat
Author(s):

Jonathan P. Wyatt

, Robin N. Illingworth

, Colin A. Graham

, Kerstin Hogg

, Michael J. Clancy

, and Colin E. Robertson

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199589562.003.0012
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date: 20 October 2019

Ear, nose, and throat foreign bodies 546

Ear examination 548

Vertigo 549

Cochlear implants 549

Earache 550

Epistaxis 552

Nasal fracture 553

Sore throat 554

Facial nerve palsy 556

Salivary gland problems 557

Dental emergencies 558

All sorts of FBs may become lodged in the external auditory canal, including insects, vegetable matter, and various inert objects. The patient may present with pain, deafness, discharge or, in the case of live insects, an irritating buzzing in one ear....

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